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34 Essex WayBenfleetEssex, SS7 1LTTel: 01268 792000 / 792203
Weekend routine appointments are available. These appointments will be available either at Audley Mills Surgery - Rayleigh or Hawksbury Road Surgery - Canvey Island.
Please speak to Reception for more details.
ESSEX WAY SURGERY SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN, YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULTS INFORMATION LEAFLET
SAFEGUARDING INFORMATION LEAFLET
Our practice nurse Sharron Pettitt RGN, can be seen at varying times Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
Ask at reception for times. The Nurses work includes the following:
We now employ a Healthcare Assistant who can take your blood pressure, check urine samples, offer smoking cessation advice,dressings and carry out New Patient Checks, wound care dressings, and Diabetic foot checks, this will relieve some of the pressure from our Nurses. When making appointments for any of the above please make an appointment with Rachel.
You will be sent a card by the hospital when your child is due for a vaccination. This clinic is held on Thursdays between 2:30 and 3:30pm. Please telephone for an appointment. Please remember it is never too late to catch up on missed injections - please ask.
We encourage women to have regular cervical smears. Most of these are carried out by the practice nurses, however if you prefer you can see a doctor who will perform the procedure. Smears are carried out every 3 years for ages 25yrs-49yrs and every 5 years for ages 50yrs-64yrs. The result of your smear will be posted to you.
Dr. Khalil undertakes a minor surgery clinic including joint injections,sigmoidoscopies on a Thursday morning if advised by a Doctor.
Please either telephone or call in at the surgery for test results (e.g. blood, X-ray, swabs etc) after mid-day any weekday.
If you need to see a doctor or nurse regarding the results of your tests, it is best to telephone in the morning (not a Monday if possible) and leave a message with reception so that the doctor or nurse can call you back, usually after the end of surgery. If the matter is urgent, please express this to reception and we will try and help.
The Doctors carry out private medical examinations by appointment, including driving, sporting and pre-employment needs, they also provide private certificates and reports. There is a charge payable for these services.
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